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Whether he's leading an action movie or showing off his acting abilities in a drama, Tom Cruise delivers the goods. If you're a fan of movies, odds are, you've seen more than a few of his. But just how well will you recognize them from just one picture? Take our quiz to find out.
One of the movies in Universal’s new monster movies series will be The Mummy reboot, led by Tom Cruise. Now there’s word that Oscar winner will be joining him on the main cast as a major character.
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of Tom Cruise’s Jerry Maguire. The drama about a sports agent who has a breakdown earned several Oscar nominations in 1996, including a win for Cuba Gooding Jr. for Best Supporting Actor,
Top Gun has become such a classic film at this point that it’s difficult to believe that it was difficult to get the actor they wanted to star in it. Apparently, Tom Crusie wasn't always excited about flying jets.
While Edge of Tomorrow, Tom Cruise’s time traveling alien action movie, was not a huge hit in the US, it did reasonably well following strong word of mouth and great critical reviews. However, the overseas take was such that Warner Bros. is ready to talk sequel
The Mummy reboot has just landed a comedic actor who might have the right stuff when it comes to defeating an ancient evil. Read on to see how Jake Johnson may have just landed a career defining role.
Among the various franchises that studios are currently building into “universes” sit some of the most classic movie monsters ever. Universal seems to be moving forward very quickly with the reboot of The Mummy as they just signed the new female lead.
A sequel to the 1986 Top Gun has been a topic of conversation for years. Recently the talk has appeared to heat up, implying that the sequel may be flying its way in our direction sooner rather than later.
Tom Cruise has battled aliens multiple times, sucked blood as a vampire, and even belted out rock anthems onscreen. He’s helping to bring one of Universal’s horror classics back to the big screen, and now we know when we’ll see it for ourselves.
The original Jack Reacher didn’t set any box office records but it made some decent money and was generally approved of by critics. News that a sequel was in the works came as great news to the small fan base the original was able to build.
With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens the rankings have changed yet again. Take a look at the top ten highest grossing actors of all time.
We all have those scenes in movies that get us every time. The ones that hit us where it hurts and drum up emotions we didn’t know we had. For actor Jake Gyllenhaal the scene that makes him cry every time is in Jerry Maguire.
Movie stars make a lot of money. This isn’t exactly news. However, when movies bring in hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions, it’s difficult to say that they’re not worth it. Still, not every movie is a hit, or even a big enough hit to justify some of these salaries.
Through five very different Mission: Impossible movies the only thing that has remained consistent is Tom Cruise. The actor, has been back in every installment of the franchise while nearly everything around him has changed.
Mission: Impossible 6 is bringing back a familiar face to helm the project behind the camera.
Tom Cruise has played countless iconic characters in his career as one of the biggest movie stars in the world, but now he may tackle one of the most legendary movie monsters of all.
There have been rumors for years that a Top Gun 2 has been in perpetual development. We know there have been strong story ideas. Val Kilmer says he’s on board, but it’s the other people he says are involved that really got our attention.
When Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation ripped a hole through the summer box office, it reminded the industry that Cruise can be one of the most bankable assets in a studio’s arsenal, and now the actor has a plethora of projects on his radar.
Lawsuits can do one of two things. They can raise awareness for a project in development. Or they can damage the credibility of a story before the movie has even been screened.
Tom Cruise is well known for doing his own extreme stunts, and if you've ever wanted to watch him hold his breath underwater for six minutes, now is your chance.